Sony and Panasonic are teaming up to produce a 300GB optical disc to put 4K movies on your bookshelf.
The two companies plan to create a recordable disc that can store 300GB of data and hope to have it on the market by the end of 2015.
Toshiba announces its first hard drive for the enterprise market that offers 300GB of storage and spins at 15,000rpm.
Executive VP for the cable giant predicts move to a usage-based billing model, with a data cap of maybe 500GB.
The new "long term storage" format will take 300GB of data and seems to have a logo written in Klingon.
The technology will launch next year with 300GB of possible storage, but that will be upped to 1TB on a single disc, according to the companies.
Apple holds its non-disclosure agreements closely to its chest. But what happens when the company's entire developer conference video set ends up on YouTube?
Intel's latest enterprise solid-state drive, the DC S3500 series, offers high read speed at a cost of just around $1 per gigabyte.
Comcast and Verizon Wireless each announced changes to their broadband data caps this week, but while Comcast is offering consumers more flexibility, Verizon's will likely result in higher prices.
Comcast is suspending its 250GB data cap for broadband customers while it tests a new tiered data cap option in certain parts of the U.S.